There is one thing you can do to improve your trading today
Basically the research shows that learning is complete when the learners self efficacy belief for the domain being studied changes.
Bandura defines perceived self-efficacy as
People's beliefs in their efficacy are developed by four main sources of influence. They include mastery experiences, seeing people similar to oneself manage task demands successfully, social persuasion that one has the capabilities to succeed in given activities, and inferences from somatic and emotional states indicative of personal strengths and vulnerabilities.
People must, therefore, have a robust sense of efficacy to sustain the persevering effort needed to succeed.
So if you want to be consistently successful trader who is self reliant , then your perceived self efficacy beliefs about trading need to change.